Chief Digital Officer (CDO)
THE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER (CDO) ARE AS FOLLOWS :
- Leading digital initiatives within the ministry/agency by leveraging data, analytics, and digital technology;
- Establishing a data-driven culture in the public sector that follows a principle-based approach through the use of data and digital technology;
- Transforming digital service delivery within the ministry/agency, with a focus on customer experience, based on the Whole-of-Government concept through innovation involving data sharing, open data, and emerging technologies;
- Assessing, coordinating, and validating the requirements for digital services, Technical Service Design, and development budgets, as well as managing agencies as implementers of digital initiatives and projects;
- Leading change through the alignment of the Digital Transformation Strategic Plan (PSP) of the Ministry/State/Agency with :
- Ensuring alignment of the agency's PSP with the Public Sector PSP and Risk Management and Change Management Plan.
- Ensuring the availability of the agency's Enterprise Architecture (EA) blueprint; and
- Strengthening the agency's digital governance structure and coordinating the use of global policies, standards, and best practices.
- Reporting on the implementation and progress of digital transformation to the Secretary-General as the Chair of the Government Cluster under the Digital Economy and 4IR Council through the government cluster secretariat.
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